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News » 2008-12-13


* Pittsburgh Steelers (10-3) at Baltimore Ravens (9-4)

4:15 p.m., M&T Bank Stadium * The Steelers have won four in a row and can clinch a first-round bye with a victory. But they haven't won in Baltimore since 2002 and the Ravens are on a roll, winning seven of their past eight.

Prediction: Ravens, 16-10

* Washington Redskins (7-6) at Cincinnati Bengals (1-11-1)

1 p.m., Paul Brown Stadium * Before all is said and done, the Bengals might end up with the worst record in the NFL. They have scored just 16 points in three games since they tied the Eagles.

Prediction: Redskins, 23-9

* Tampa Bay Buccaneers (9-4) at Atlanta Falcons (8-5)

1 p.m., Georgia Dome * It's not getting any easier for the Buccaneers after playing -- and losing -- Monday in Carolina. But, after losing to the Saints, Atlanta might be down to its last chance for a playoff spot.

Prediction: Falcons, 24-17

* Tennessee Titans (12-1) at Houston Texans (6-7)

1 p.m., Reliant Stadium * The Titans can clinch home-field advantage throughout the playoffs with a victory and a loss or tie by the Steelers. They might have to wait against the Texans, who have won three in a row.

Prediction: Texans, 24-23

* Detroit Lions (0-13) at Indianapolis Colts (9-4)

1 p.m., Lucas Oil Stadium * Only one team has won more games in a row than the Steelers (4), and that's the Colts, who are on a six-game streak and in position to clinch a playoff spot. But only if they can, uh, beat the Lions.

Prediction: Colts, 40-6

* Green Bay Packers (5-8) at Jacksonville Jaguars (4-9)

1 p.m., Memorial Stadium * The Packers are sliding quickly into the toilet after losing three in a row. The Jaguars are already there, having lost four in a row and displaying as much blood and guts as Barney Fife.

Prediction: Packers, 21-20

* San Diego Chargers (5-8) at Kansas City Chiefs (2-11)

1 p.m., Arrowhead Stadium * The Chargers have lost four games in the final 30 seconds. The Chiefs almost made it No. 5 last month, except they failed on a two-point conversion pass with 29 seconds left.

Prediction: Chargers, 30-20

* San Francisco 49ers (5-8) at Miami Dolphins (8-5)

1 p.m., Dolphin Stadium * Beware of the 49ers, who have back-to-back victories against two other teams from the AFC East. But, look out for the Dolphins, who have won six of their past seven to tie for the East lead.

Prediction: Dolphins, 31-23

* Buffalo Bills (6-7) at New York Jets (8-5)

1 p.m., Giants Stadium * The New York Bretts aren't exactly surging toward the playoffs, not after back-to-back losses. Maybe they can order a Slanket for Favre and keep him from shivering in the late season.

Prediction: Jets, 24-16

* Seattle Seahawks (2-11) at St. Louis Rams (2-11)

1 p.m., Edward Jones Dome * Only the Lions have a longer losing streak than the Seahawks (6) and Rams (7). The NFL should come up with an addendum to the flexible schedule: The ability to cancel games.

Prediction: Seahawks, 4-2

* Minnesota Vikings (8-5) at Arizona Cardinals (8-5)

4:05 p.m., University of Phoenix Stadium * Arizona leads the league in scoring and has clinched its first division title in 33 years. If it wants a home playoff game for the first time in 61 years, stop Adrian Peterson.

Prediction: Cardinals, 31-23

* Denver Broncos (8-5) at Carolina Panthers (10-3)

4:15 p.m., Bank of America Stadium * The Broncos can clinch the AFC West title with a victory or a loss by the Chargers. But make room for a long playoff run for the Panthers, who have the look of a Super Bowl team.

Prediction: Panthers, 33-20

* New England Patriots (8-5) at Oakland Raiders (3-10)

4:5 p.m., McAfee Coliseum * This is the second time this season the Patriots have stayed on the West Coast for back-to-back games. The last time, they lost the second leg of the trip in San Diego.

Prediction: Patriots, 27-13

* New York Giants (11-2) at Dallas Cowboys (8-5)

8:15 p.m., Texas Stadium * The Giants should, and will, recover from their loss to the Eagles. Of greater significance is whether the Cowboys can bounce back from their loss to the Steelers.

Prediction: Giants, 23-21

* Cleveland Browns (4-9) at Philadelphia Eagles (7-5-1)

8:30 p.m. tomorrow, Lincoln Financial Field * After going five years without playing on Monday night, the Browns are 2-0 this season. That, though, was when they had a quarterback. And a coach with security.

Prediction: Eagles, 27-11

Author:Fox Sports
Author's Website:http://www.foxsports.com
Added: December 13, 2008

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